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10 oz Platinum Bar (Hallmark Varies)

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Any $9,560.20 $9,958.86
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10 oz Platinum Bar (Hallmark Varies) Description:

The 10 oz platinum bar is a great way for platinum investors to acquire larger amounts of platinum but still have them in a form that is simple to trade, liquidate or stack. Our rotating variety of hallmarks and all offer .9995 purity. A quality standard for precious metals of this caliber.

Common among bullion products, these 10 oz platinum bars will have signs of wear acquired during the production, handling and shipping process. These markings do not affect the value since the value is stored in the weight (10 oz or 311 grams) of the platinum content.


10 oz Platinum Bar Highlights:


  • Contains 10 oz of .9995 fine platinum
  • Bars are randomly selected from a variety of hallmarks of which not all may be pictured and are based on availability
  • Secondary market; may not be in an assay card
  • A diverse mix of 10 oz platinum bars from numerous manufacturers
  • Designs vary, if you order multiples you might receive all one brand or a mix

Specifications:

More Information
Purity .9995
Mint/Refinery Hallmark Varies
Metal Type Platinum
Grade Raw
Coin Type Bullion
Modern or Historical Modern

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